HearingAids Testing Dizziness Questions


Our audiologists work hand-in-hand with our ENT specialists to provide patients with the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art medical care.

An integral part of any ear, nose, and throat practice is the audiology department. Many of our patients' conditions, including hearing disorders and ear diseases, are associated with the outer, middle, inner, and retrocochlear sites. These include:

  • Otitis Media Otosclerosis
  • Perforations and other disturbances of the outer ear
  • Eustachian tube dysfunction
  • Sensorineural hearing loss
  • Acoustic nerve lesions
  • Meniere's disease

The Atlantic Ear, Nose & Throat physicians specialize in diseases of the ear, while our audiologists are trained in all aspects of hearing science including hearing disorders, sophisticated diagnostic procedures, and amplification systems. Audiologists work closely with our medical staff to deliver the best care to our patients. Our offices are equipped with the latest, state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment available. 

Our audiologists can help evaluate and treat the full spectrum of ear and hearing disorders in both pediatric and adult patients. We also manage:

  • Digital hearing aid dispensing
  • Dizziness evaluations
  • Pediatric evaluations
  • Site of lesion testing
  • Hearing protection
  • Swim molds
  • Tinnitus

Our audiology department has access to all the latest hearing aid technologies and styles. Atlantic Ear, Nose & Throat carries state-of-the-art hearing instruments available from all major manufacturers. A member of our audiology team will evaluate your individual needs and help you select the style, technology, and brand that works best for you. Following your visit with one of our providers and receiving the results of your hearing test, please ask to schedule a free consultation with our audiology department. To schedule your free consultation, contact our office and make an appointment at the Atlantic Ear, Nose & Throat office nearest to you.